Lenovo unveiled slender augmented reality glasses and laptops at this year’s CES in the digital-only version. The AR specification can be connected to a Motorola PC or smartphone via a USB Type-C cable. Currently, Lenovo has unveiled the device for enterprise customers only. In the middle of this year, the company will offer 3 smart glasses for sale in certain markets of the world.
John Barsk, vice president of Smart Devices and Strategy at Lenovo and Emerging Businesses, said that while employees are virtually working or providing support from a distance, in all cases, employee capacity will be strengthened further. The ThinkReality A3PC version can be connected to a laptop or mobile workstation and can be used with virtually multiple monitors. This version can be used by Windows programs.
On the first day of CES, the multinational company Lenovo Yoga launched an upgraded version of CMI Pro. This new LED laptop contains the latest Intel Core processors, Intel Iris G graphics, Dolby Vision HDR support, 90Hz refresh rate, and many more features. The new Lenovo laptop has a Samsung LED display with a screen ratio of 14 inches and 16:10. The screen has a resolution of 2600 x 1800 pixels and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The laptop’s LCD panel features a chrominance (or hue) feature that magnifies the screen by 1.25 times and helps deliver high levels of color frequency and saturation.
This laptop contains an 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor. The laptop comes with 16GB of RAM and a 1TB PCI SSD storage. The laptop is expected to begin marketing in Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America later this year.